Changeover Podcast Episode 40: Davis Cup and Other Dramas

In this week’s edition of the Changeover Podcast, Brodie of Mind the Racket, Lindsay, Amy, and Juan José shake off their US Open hangovers and talk all about about last weekend’s Davis Cup action, with a little Quebec City, Tashkent, doping talk, and general tennis gossip mixed in for good measure.

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4 Responses

  1. anora
    anora September 17, 2013 at 9:22 pm |

    I’m getting more than a little tired of broadcasts that open with, “We’re having audio troubles, but we decided to record anyway. Sorry…” If you are so sorry, then get your recording equipment fixed before you do your podcast.

    I know that you have produced decent-sounding podcasts in the past, so going ahead recording a poor-quality podcast just makes you seem lazy. Also, could someone tell Lindsay to get all the screaming/screeching/hysterical laughter out of her system before recording starts? Her voice is just god-awful to listen to even when the recording equipment is working properly.

    I realize that you are not professional journalists, but maybe you should at least listen to yourselves before deciding whether to post a podcast. This episode sounded like it was recorded by teenagers screaming at each other over bad telephone lines. I want to like this show, but you don’t make it easy. I gave up after 15 minutes it was so bad.

  2. Anna
    Anna September 19, 2013 at 7:04 am |

    I fully agree with the comment above–listening to this, particularly Lindsay, was downright unpleasant.

  3. Diana
    Diana September 20, 2013 at 8:23 pm |

    Honestly the sound was really bad on this podcast. But overall you guys are really fun and discussed some really interesting topics. Also, I found nothing wrong with Lindzay’s voice.

  4. neilintoronto
    neilintoronto September 21, 2013 at 1:30 am |

    Man, what people will complain about, on an entirely free podcast is downright shameful.

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